Nice, Very nice,
May i use it with jquery 1.4.4
Thank you for your comment. jTumbler was designed for the latest version of jQuery, however it should work just fine with 1.4.4. Let us know if there are any issues and we will assist.
Unfortunately, i test your script with jquery 1.4.4 and it’s was not working. If you can make it compatible with jquery 1.4.4 , i will be more than happy to buy it.
After your above comment, we tested it in jQuery 1.4.4, and you are correct that it does not work with 1.4.4 out of the box. Sorry for the confusion. The reason is because it utilizes functions from the most recent version of the jQuery framework. However, with a few minor mods to the code, we have confirmed it works as intended. Please confirm your purchase and then contact us directly at email@example.com. We will provide you with a retro-fitted version of the script modified for jQuery 1.4.4.
Thank you very much to make it compatible, very nice of you.
Do you have an example of multichoose horizontal
The current version does not have this, but we will consider adding it to the next version. Thank you for the suggestion!
Doesn’t seem to be working on my page:
Loading everything in header and then running:
The first three radio buttons wrapped in div class=”radiostar”... Nothing happening
We have checked your website and discovered that you have the wrong URL to the jTumbler script. Therefore, the browser cannot load and execute jTumbler. Please check your path to jTumbler and try again.
I am looking to buy this, but before I do, I need to know how easy it actually is to intergrate into a Wordpress template. I am not a Wordpress guru, and only know HTML and CSS, so do you provide documentation on how to do this with the code?
Thank you for your interest in our script. It is easy to integrate jTumbler into any CMS. You will just need to follow the instructions in the supplied documentation. Basically, for WordPress it will just require that you add a few lines to the header.php file of your theme. If you have any difficulties or questions, please let us know and we will assist.
Hi, nice script, i like it. My radios looks now very stylish . I have a question, can i leave all radios unchecked? my idea is force the user to make a choice.
Yes, this is possible. If you would like to have all radio buttons unchecked initially, you would just need to do this in your HTML/markup. Thanks for your comments too! Please rate our script .
Thanks for your answer. I do that, but i’t doenst work. Can i send you a private message with the code?
Sure! Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just letting you know we have not received your email. Please confirm if assistance is still needed. Thanks!
We received your mail today and replied. For any other users interested in have the items unchecked, just remove “checked=”checked” parameter.
Thanks guys, an awesome support.
Thanks to Marco, we released a new version today of 1.0.4 which contains upgrade to latest jQuery and a fix for the reported issue with all radio buttons having unchecked state.
the demo doesn’t work, or?
We apologize for the inconvenience. It’s working now.
thank you. is it possible that the text is inside the bar? – so the bar width is as wide as the text?
The jTumbler script has fixed width for the cells. You can change it via CSS but it’s not dynamically stretchable depending on the text content.
i used the following to uncheck a radio button:
the button is actually unchecked but the color on the browser stays.
what class i should add/remove to just have blank boxes (with any color if button is unchecked).
(with any color if button is unchecked) = (without any color if button is unchecked).
also once unchecked, cannot click it again. (using ajax, and in success function running $(”:input[name=run]”).prop(‘checked’,false); ) – thanks.
Below is the code to allow for this.
$(‘label[for=‘ + $(“.input[name=run]”).attr(‘id’) + ’]’).removeClass(‘active’);
sorry, is the first line of your code complete? what is after +. please help check.
sorry i am checking. first line may be ok…will tell you later. thanks
that has solved half of the problem. the button is really unchecked and i am able to select it again but the color stays after the those two lines. kindly suggest. thanks.
just tested further and a correction to my last msg.: the button is really unchecked = no, actually it is not really unchecked and the color stays. kindly help. regards.
dear sir, any suggestion?
don’t worry. i found something else to use. but thanks.
Thank you for the update. Please let us know if there are any other questions.
the jTumbler plugin creates label elements out of input elements.
Is it possible to leave the input fields hidden and set them to checked and unchecked?
Are you still experiencing this issue? If so, please provide a URL to the location where the script is in use and we will continue to assist in troubleshooting.
Will this work with Formstack?
Currently it has not been test with Formstack. We will test this in the near future and let you know if it is compatible with their system.
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